The Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) is an innovative development project funded by the Australian Government, delivering Australian skills and qualifications for a wide range of vocational careers for skilled Pacific workers.More than 10,000 Pacific Islanders from 14 Pacific Island Countries have graduated with an Australian qualification since the APTC commenced delivery of technical, vocational education and training (TVET) in 2007.
APTC offers programs and qualifications from Certificate III to Diploma level in the automotive, manufacturing, construction, electrical, tourism, hospitality, education, management, and health and community services industry sectors.
The APTC offers training for the hospitality and tourism industries through the Certificate III in Hospitality, Certificate III in Commercial Cookery and Certificate III in Tourism qualifications.
Goals and Program Outcomes
The goal of the APTC is to contribute towards a more prosperous Pacific driven by a skilled, competitive and productive workforce.
The program outcomes of the APTC are:
APTC provides skills relevant to labour market requirements in targeted sectors
APTC has a good reputation in the Pacific as a high quality provider of TVET
APTC supports TVET Partner Institutions to improve and sustain systems and training delivery
APTC graduates achieve improved employment and contribute to workplace productivity
Qualified Pacific Islanders realise opportunities in Developed Countries
Membership Level: Associate
Regional Head Office
Cnr Scott Street and Edward Street
Suva, Central Fiji
330 0967 (Main)